Impressionist Reads ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas in Celebrity Voices

Earlier this year, actor and impressionist Jim Meskimen produced a viral video that featured him reading a famous monologue from Shakespeare's Richard III, all while using the voices of 25 famous figures. (Watch here.) Now, he's back and reading Clement C. Moore's 'Twas The Night Before Christmas, this time with impersonations of Woody Allen, John F. Kennedy, John Wayne and Samuel L. Jackson. Have fun with it.  h/t @MatthiasRascher

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